Man aged 20 dies from injuries at Dublin Port
He was fatally injured at a shipping premises at the port at around 3.30pm.
Cabinet to consider new planning permission conditions
Planning permissions for housing estates are likely to soon contain new conditions in an effort to curb major investors buying houses.
Coveney condemns Gaza child deaths, urges UN to respond
Simon Coveney commented: "This cannot be acceptable to the international community. The UN Security Council needs to speak with one voice to hold those responsible to account."
275,000 appointments made at Penneys this week
There have been 275,000 appointment slots booked for Penneys stores around the country this week, the retailer has said.
UK continues with reopening plan despite concerns
British ministers are pushing on with a major easing of restrictions on Monday despite concerns over the Indian variant of coronavirus, as they were criticised for allowing the strain's import.
Portugal to begin reopening to EU tourists from Monday
Portugal is to resume admitting tourists from most European countries on Monday, the interior ministry said, following months of restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Family of 10 killed in Israeli strike on Gaza
A family of 10 were killed in the early hours of this morning in an Israeli air strike on the western Gaza Strip, medics in the region said, as the latest upsurge in violence in the Middle East continued for a fifth night.
Efforts continue to assess extent of ransomware issue
Efforts will continue today to assess the impact of the ransomware attack on the Health Service Executive, healthcare facilities and services here.
Scotland and Independence: The High Road or Hard Road?
Brexit means Scotland is out of the EU. But from the regional office which the Scottish government retains in Brussels, it is hard not to detect the embers of a hope, if not expectation, that it might one day return, writes Tony Connelly.